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Navbharat Shikshan Mandal

Spread of formal and non formal Education is one of the Primary needs of Independent India. Knowing this, a band of young students, who were themselves first generation learners, in Rajaram College Kolhapur under the leadership of R B. Patil, organised a Hostel for School Students coming from villages, in 1952 at Islampur.The young students, after completing their higher education, decided, not to join any Govt. Service or Services at other places, but devote themselves to the cause of Education and Rural Development, and organised this education institution, named as Navbharat Shikshan Mandal. The institute was registered under the Public Trust Act & the Societies Act, in 1958.

The devotion and hardwork of the young educated workers, attracted the attention of stalwarts in the field of freedom movement, Politics and Public life, Like Acharaya Jawadekar, Padmabhushan J. R Naik, : Left Gen. S. R R Thorat, Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil (Ex. Chief Minister of Maharashtra) Shri Y. B. chavan (Ex. Dept. Prime Minister) and other, who personally participated helped and guided this institute to be a well – known educational Institute in South Maharashtra.

The Institute has carried out many successful experiments in imparting all- round quality education, with minimum possible costs, to the students coming from the large poor strata of our society. The Institute now provides school and college education to six thousand students in his five Centres.

In addition to the formal education, Institute organises various activities in the fields of fine – Arts, Sports, Folk-Arts, Military Skills, Para-Medical & Technical Courses, and Rural development, etc. 80% to 90% of the Current Expenditure of the Govt, aided school and Colleges is met from the Govt. Grants.The deficit is met from the public donations. Public donations are also needed to take up any developmental activities, for which Govt, does not give any grants.The various formal activities of the Institute are also mainly depended on donations.The income from fees is very minor.To meet the deficit and to undertake most needed developmental activities, the Institute needs annually about Rs. 5 to lo laks as publ ic donations.

 

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